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Protecting Voting Rights

As we saw in Wisconsin’s April primary, states are ill-equipped to handle the public safety challenges that COVID-19 presents, let alone the typical problems that arise on election day, such as long lines and understaffing at polling places.

States must equally provide access to vote by mail for all voters, while also ensuring safe and available in person voting for people who prefer or need to vote in person. These safeguards are critical to protecting the right of voters to participate in elections and have their votes counted.

Voter Dashboards

Voter Dashboards

Whether you’re planning to vote by my mail or vote in person, it has never been more important to know your state’s voting rules and make a plan to vote. Download your state’s Voter Dashboard to get started.

The Voting Process Explained

The Voting Process Explained

The Voting Process Explained is a multi-part series that covers the basics of voting in America. Each explainer guides voters through a different part of the voting process, how it varies by state and what voters need to know for November.

Vote by mail.

Safeguard Vote by Mail

It’s not enough to say we need vote by mail. We need to advocate for vote by mail rules that enfranchise all voters.

We’re fighting back in courtrooms across the country to bring about changes in state laws to protect voters in November and for all elections that follow.

Protect In-Person Voting

Protect In-Person Voting

Safeguarding vote by mail is only a part of the solution. States must equally ensure that in-person voting remains safe and available to all.

Support Student Voting

Support Student Voting

Just as colleges and universities must meet the challenges of COVID-19 to protect student safety, they must also protect their students from voter suppression and disenfranchisement.